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Pro-Knot Knot Cards

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Brand:
Pro-Knot
Model:
Knot Cards
MSRP ($):
6.00
Features the 12 best fishing knots, described and illustrated on six plastic cards! Waterproof plastic cards mean you can stash this little reference (just 2 1/4 x 3 1/2) in a tackle box or on a boat for years and not worry about it getting wet! Six cards are attached together in corner with a brass grommet. 12 most popular fishing knots are clearly illustrated: Improved Clinch, Palomar Knot, Uni-Knot, Snell Knot, Dropper Loop, Surgeon’s End Loop, Blood Knot, Albright Special, Non-Slip Loop Knot, Double Uni-Knot Surgeon’s Knot and Perfection End Loop. Every angler should have a set of these little cards in their tackle box!
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A must for any tackle bag

What a great idea to learn different knots. I have both the fishing knots & boating knots cards in my tackle bag. I've learned a couple of new knots from these cards. Recommended for any kayak fisherman.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
Used:
7-15 times

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Easy way to learn knots
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